John Parlee, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Park Place Technologies, talks to Security magazine about key trends in the network security space, including why analytics are critical to network security and how companies can ensure they have a viable monitoring solution.
Many schools are adopting technology solutions, specifically around student engagement, behavioral health, and safety mood monitoring technology to address students’ needs. These tools can help schools improve their ability to properly identify any students that may be struggling, as well as support all students through the process of acclimating to a new routine.
Consider the breadth and depth of experience that an integrator brings to the table: years in business, across a range of market segments and applications, involving dozens if not hundreds of installed and serviced products. Before making the decision to take the entire security procurement, installation, service and monitoring process in house, consider the full value of using professional services for your security needs.
Harris County, Texas, the third most populous county in the U.S., is deploying a new, next-generation security system in its buildings that will help make them more efficient and easier to operate. The new system replaces multiple, disparate systems by integrating access control, security cameras, alarms and monitoring across the county’s nearly 150 buildings situated over 1,777 square miles in Houston and the surrounding areas.
Breakthroughs in artificial intelligence (AI) and other digital technology, including faster, more affordable bandwidth, are revolutionizing the ways cities conduct surveillance and provide security. Major cities throughout the U.S. are utilizing turnkey systems that integrate video footage, access management, traffic monitoring and body-worn cameras into central high-speed networks.
A multi-country survey of organizations running video monitoring systems, conducted by Ava Security, found that U.S. firms are avidly repurposing their existing video monitoring systems to support the ‘COVID Safe’ return to offices and workplaces across North America.
When it comes to automating school procedures, it can often feel like a huge undertaking for administrators, but it doesn’t have to be. When administrators focus on automating and streamlining the everyday events that take place at their schools, they are able to provide their faculty and students with a safer and more reliable environment. Not only does automation allow for plenty of tasks to get done faster and more efficiently, but it allows faculty to invest their time in what’s most important— educating and supporting students.
By implementing a data protection by design approach, both before and during product development, organizations will build more trust with customers and end users, and curtail risk of future privacy-related conflicts.
Beyond the essential functions of security monitoring and recording, IP video surveillance offers myriad video analytic behaviors that can help retail businesses during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
MITRE announced the launch of a website-based public input option for organizations and members of the public interested in helping to inform the Coronavirus Commission for Safety and Quality in Nursing Homes (“commission”).